X Server for PC?
gwirth at sciti.com
Thu Oct 14 09:23:30 PDT 2004
At 11:49 10/04/2004 -0700, John Oliver wrote:
>I've given up on the idea of a free one, and guess I
>need to buy one. Any recommendations?
>A while ago, we downloaded Netsarang's XManager
>http://www.xmanager.com/ on some work PCs and played
>with it. I've had pretty good luck figuring it out,
>which I cannot say about WinaXe and the products it's
>related to, XSecurePro and XConnectPro. They install
>a bazillion items and I just could not figure out how
>to make them go :-)
>I care about two things... as low of a price as
>possible, and something where I can hopefully have one
>icon I can use to wind up with a window showing my
>desktop. If there's something that can establish an
>SSH connection and forward the relevant ports over a
>tunnel, that would probably be ideal. do not care
>about having a full suite of a million different
>products... an X server is all I need and want.
>If there are any other things I should be considering,
>that would be appreciated as well. I don't know a
>whole heck of a lot about X.
You might want to try WeirdX or WeirdMind. These are Java based X-servers
so they run wherever you have Java. Do a search on Freshmeat.net to get the
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